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Daniel and the Lion

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The lady looked like a Golden Lion

And Steven Kelleher, age seven, knew she could be fierce, too. In fact, Jamie was the only person his dad couldn't manage to boss around.

Maybe that was because Jamie was a kind of doctor and was making his dad much better. She even made him laugh a lot. The cook said his dad used to always laugh. But that was before Mr. Kelleher's accident
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Paperback, Harlequin Superromance #533, Women Who Dare #1, 256 pages
Published January 1st 1993 by Harlequin Books (first published December 2nd 1992)
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I definitely liked this story. This didn't have a deep dark plot or anything else, but it focused mostly on the human emotions surrounding hopes, fears, and falling in love. I found the side characters to be very interesting and well developed. I liked the dynamic between Jamie and Daniel, but I did find Daniel to be a bit too perfect, thoughtful, and understanding at times, and the same with Jamie. I thought the relationship with Stephen was cute, and I liked how the romantic relationship took ...more
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Margot Dalton is a pseudonym used by Phyllis Strobell to write contemporary romance novels.

Dalton has been nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award and for a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Fourth Horseman. Her novel Another Woman was developed into a made-for-tv movie in 1994, starring Justine Bateman.
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